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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 15 March 1935

| p.' ' tfsip .11.— -" - HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1935. —— s^jAWn SeaionaSi _ Meat €nmijftmieS Smashing Reductions Now . . . On SEIBERLING m TIRES Don't pass up this big saving opportunity ... to buy these dependable quality tires at such amazingly low prices! Fully guaranteed. All Tread Type seiberling 30x3 y2 4.50-20 $4.25 $5.20 4.50-21 4.75-20 $5.45 $5.70 4.75-19 5.00-19 $5.75 $6.15 5.25-18 5.25-21 $6.15 $7.30 STANDARD SEIBERLING 6 Plies Under Tread 4.40-21 $5.95 4.50-21 $6.55 5.00-19 $7.45 5.50-17 $9.10 4.50-20 $6.35 4-75-19 $6.95 5.25-18 $8.25 5.25-21 $9.15 Complete stocks of high- _ quality Nationally famous tackle ... at MONEY SAVING PRICES QUALITY REELS Casting ;5r c Ply Reels ;{!•<■ FISHING LINKS Casting J.ine 4!)c Enameled Fly Line 30c QUALITY ROUS Casting Rods !|il.3"i Fy Rods $1.31) ARTIFICIAL RAIT Sliur Strike I'lugs :?! <■ South Bend I'lugs <!!>(' Also Hundreds Of Other Articles garden hose 25 foot roil of Garden Hose, com- plete with coup...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 March 1935

k S : I he Hutchinson County . rald .'7- JBsi >■ FS I I We Get Results! % Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County H,. 8v^O. 17. STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1935. COURTS WINDING UP LEGAL CASES INVOLVING HUEY DISMISSAL OBTAINED IN L. J. DUNCAN INDICTMENT PLAN IS MADE COOPERATION SHOWN IN REACHING AGREEMENT Attention, Voters! If you favor opposing city [ bond holders! If yu favor lower water and (electric rutin. If you favor reasonable taxa. | (loll. If you favor economical op- | (ration < f the city government. If )iu favor reduction of the [<itv indebtedness. Tlien vote for John R. Mll- I ler, Rmbry Holt, b, A. Thomp- son, Henry Knight and C. O. .McClelland for commissioners | in the city election 011 April '!■ Legal cases involving Arthur HUey, county tax assessor and col- lector, are slowly drawing to a close. Upon his own motion and with- ' '•ouiifel. Mue.v went into 84 th district court recently and obtain- eu a dismissal of the grand jury indictment against him i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 March 1935

m _ HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1| it V I (. n i*'r I 5 C c, F C * C ■>< c J HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Publuhtj Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 LLOYD S. McCAN.N, Editor and Publisher Entered as second class matter January 7, 1927, at the Postoffice at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March 8, J 879. _ Subscription Rates One Year $1.50 Six Months — 80c Circulation guaranteed 4,300 copies per week. Advertising Rates 35c per Col. Inch. PHONE NO. 166 The Hutchnson County Herald is published as a c<- untv-wide paper, dedicated to the best interests of Hutchinson County as a whole, and supported by the Merchants of Borger, Stinnett and Whitenburg. Directory of Officials, Hutchinson Co., Texas E. -T Sickens. 84th District Judge... —Canadian \V. L, Kelly, District Clerk Stinnett Norman Coffee, County Judge Stinnett Russell C. Brown, County Clerk _ Stinnett O. T. (Jack) Lackey, County Attorney Borger Dan Hardee, Sheriff Borger Frank Caudill, Treasurer Borger U...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 March 1935

' ■";'S;- , ■ ■■ - ■ r ft: 'fc - '- '■■ TRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1935. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HSRALD PAGE THREE \\ WESTERN AUTO NEEDS CO. <M''C these >Jt r, V EXTRA LOW PRICES!! on famous quality Seiberlin TIRES Rubber Splash Guards lOasy to put. « n. V rare (bargain. Kadi, only f Don't pass up this big sav- ings opportunity ... to buy these dependable quality tires at such amazingly low prices!" Fully guaranteed. Fully Guaranteed polar type 30x3 M 4.5C-21 4.75-19 5.25-18 4.50-20 5.00-19 $4.2e $5.45 $5.75 $6.85 s5.20 s5.15 Standard seiberling <• I'lys I'nder Tread FREE lire Mounting 4.4C-21 $5.95 4.5C-21 $6.55 5.0C-19 $7.45 4.50-20 $8.35 4.75-19 $6.95 5.25-18 S8.25 Combination Offer! FIDILITY top dressing with tube of top sealer. Wort li 5 0c, botli for 33c It mining Hoard RUBBER MATTING 1! ack ribbed rub- ber, in inches wide. Per foot. 9c garden hose foot roll of (rarden Hose, com- plete with coupling*, at only— $1.3c rr Ul Mabviiaifmd l Big. Powerful, l.'i-l'late batteries O'l VH.A.N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 March 1935

li'W# TAHE miTP i#mv- ■ ',$£ ;i.'VvV.V 'i!':.- •.■ g" y.t* < ■ , I VI pi-- - ~t f#;' t HUTCmNSON COUNTY HERALD *v. %'■ • -. t ' ' Bi ' FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 19S-1I PATTERN SCHOOL SLATED MONDAY AT Small Girls' Club Formed At Stinnett The Little Girls Social club was organized at the home of Mrs. A. S. Barrett recently. Plans were made for interesting weekly pro- ! grams for children from six to CLOTHING SPECIALIST j twelve years of age. TO INSTRUCT CLUB Bessie Mae Barrett was chosen WOMEN president of (lie new organization. _ and Betty Gooden was selected An all-day pattern school will, secretary. •' uduc i'd at the courthouse at (lames were enjoyed. Members Stinnett Monday, March 25, by are expected to bring a penny each Mrs. J)ora R. Barnes, clothing meeting for a flower and gift specialist from Texas A. & M. Col-j fund. Mrs. Barrett stated. lege at College Station, according c,mr,er members are Bessie to .Miss Lucile Chance, county M#p l!ulTett, BeUy Gooden. Bob- home demonstra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 March 1935

lor," i *'A S y r C v s D |o let bee® St a' I .M L J land!] loa J !al<' latio * . I fH FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1935. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD V'w ■*'>-* [continue to grow In size and im- : nortancf when then- towns die | nit. But Burger 111 unt elect City i.'omnns.-iiofierx who know their way about in the world, and who will not involve the town in fruit- less, expensive litigation. Hor- ;er ollieials here made ill-advised contractt for improvements. Hon- estly or fraudulently, iliey jileU- who BONDS (Continued froir. page 1) Ing bonds were never voted for by the people; it is useless to fight them in court. Officials who refuse to face facts are not (nulli- fied to be loader.;. In other words the citizens of Horner should he careful in whom (Hey elect. Incompetent officials, | fi«'<i our credit too far, and it is howe\',*r good 'mentioned, can | had for us today. Hut we must* wreck any city. : look to Tlie Jut! illi:■ 11( Stands itied otlicial- Right at this minute, a U. S Probl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 March 1935

JSsiiw HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1935. YOUR GUIDE TO ECONOMY. THE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD WANT ADS WILL DIRECT YOU IN BUYING, SELLING, AND EXCHAN GE. FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED Paperhanging and Fainting 131 West Jefferson V. M. Stone, Telephone lOttW | i j ROOM AN1) HOARD Delicious HoiiKNt'ooke*! Meals. New Management. SVPERIOR HOTEL. At Main and Oth , i i— | fl'JH 1 i Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'i'i'iiiii'iiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimi = AL WISE RADIO SERVICE "Better Radio Service At No Extra Cost" Auto Motorola Radios Without spark plug: sup- pressors, giving better motor performance on less gasoline. Phone 212 BORGER'S BEST SANDWICHES AND COFFEE ARE FOUND BLACKIE'S SANDWICH SHOP 412 South Main VISIT US TODAY! THEATRE ..PASSES.. The Hutchinson County Herald will give away eight theatre passes each week to four persons whose names will appear in a paragraph on this page. Read this page care...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 March 1935

/ I I MANY STUDENTS AT WEST WARD ARE LEAGUE MEET CONTESTANTS SCHOOL PRINCIPAL ANNOUNCES LIST OF YOUNG- STERS ENTERING LITERARY EVENTS AND ATH- TTIC CONTESTS HERE MARCH 29-30. o PAGE SEVEN Qpntestants who will represent Ward schtol at the Inter- RCb%Uitic League meet to be held In forger next weekend have been announced thru the office of Miss Mildred McGhee West Ward prin- cipal. Subjunior declaimers are Mari- lyn Campbell and Bobby O'Keefo. Tbey were trained by Mrs. Kosine Young. Junior Declaimers are Juanlta Furr and Billy Spence, with Eddy baseman Jessie Lee Adams,! . ,. . .." „ T , _ ... resents a distinct menace to the third baseman; Jack Foxx, first , 1 ' ipii t i nf adults and nartleulnrlv Waste Removal Is Important In Health Problem AUSTIN, March 22.—The ac- cumulation of winter's debris rep- , - i shtrt stop; Dugan Payne, second short stop; James Williamson, left fielder; Curtis Borger, center fielder; and James L. Lessel, right fielder. Substitutes are Jam- es Adkins, Sher...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 March 1935

kWyer l-ltlDAY, MARCH Funeral services for William Henry Richards, 81-year-old Bor- gee attorney, were held Friday at the First Christian church in Bor- ger, Kev. L. O. Byerly was of- ficiating minister. Pallbearers were H. S. Sublett. J. C. Phillips. I. J. Killion, "Red" Kllis, K. L. Adams and W. A. Hen- derson. Interment was made at the Llano cemetery in Amarillo, with the Carver Funeral chapel in charge of arrangements. The aged lawyer died at mid- night last Wednesday following a heart attack. He had made his home in Borger since 1927. Richards was well known among lawyers of the Southwest. He had been associated with an attorney general in Nebraska and bad practiced law in Wichita, Kan., and at Burkbifrnett ajid Wichita Falls. Surviving relatives are the widow, Mrs. Minnie Richards of Borger; a daughter, Mrs. Floyd Hatfield of Odessa; two sons, Joe Ri< hards and Roscoe Richards of Borger; a sister. Mrs. W. J. Dobbs of Beatrice, Neb.; and a brother, S. Richards of Lincoln. Ne...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 March 1935

FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HEJiALD PA€E NflfR 1 > \ □ n D 0 ■ a ¥ i ii 1 < Prices Good March 22nd Until March 29th rurr Tood STORES 1 lower priceT FREE SOUVENIRS EGGS Fresh Country, Dozen FLOUR Gold Medal, 24 lb. sack MORTON'S SALT 2 Pkgs. Balloon Free with each Pkg. 13c 96c 17s SALAD SPECIALS Best Foods Mayonnaise, 1,000 Island Dressing, Relish Spread 8-oz. Jar 16-oz. Jar 1f§e | 28c 15c 24c 213 15s SHORTENING MRS. TDCKR'S LUX TOILET SOAP 2 Bars LUX FLAKES Large Pkg. NUCOA 1 pound THE SUPERIOR MACARONI, SPAGHETTI, or NOODLES. Skinner's, 2 Pkgs. Free Grocer re Prices Good March 22nd Until March 29th m 12 IIS BASKETS WORTH OVER $3.00 EACH One Given Each Hour From 9 a. m. till 6 p. m. SATURDAY MARCH 23 GRAND PRIZE ONE MONTH'S FREE ' GROCERIES Valued at S40.00 Given at 6 p. m. Saturday, March 23 Be Here! You May Get One Of Them! I lower prices | BACON 4-pound Carton 8-pound Carton Rw SKINNER'S RAISIN BRAN Good and Good for you; 2 Pkgs. MAZOLA 1 Can Free, 2 pints LINI...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 22 March 1935

. 1 , — HtJTCHiNSON COUNTY HERALD ^.'r-vvi- 'y&r j •; :'W FRIDAY, MARCH 22, IMS. NEWS Mm. A. S. Barrett and her 11 daughter drove to Hedley FtaurBday. where Mr. Barrett is wintering his livestock. Mr. Bar- rett returned to Stinnett with a registered Shetland pony lor the little girl. M. L. Chlsutu and sons, Troy' and Curtis, from Pringle were courthouse visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stallard and children, Darrel Dean, George and I.ols, from Keys, OKla., spent Tuesday night in the home of Mrs. Carl Tompkins at Morse. Tliey were in Stinnett Wednesday. •I Mrs. J. K. Hill and children Mrs. Lloyd McCormiek is im- Many Activities Accomplished By Women's Groups were here Tuesday from Amarillo ,provfd a"er week* o£ trfat tc visit Mr. Hill who is employed In the Hutchinson county oil fields. Miss Gwen Yount of the spear- man Abstract company was a weekend guest of her parents, Mr.,1 and Mrs. Fred Yount, in Stinnett. ( Mr. and Mrs. Dreskel Kester- son, who have been making their ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 29 March 1935

J The Hutchinson County Herald We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1935 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAf KILLION ASSURES BORGER LIGHT SYSTEM O O O O O O O O O O O O O o o o o o o o o □ 0 o o o I i -j™!Miller Challenges Jake Stahl For Debate LEAGUE CONTEST P0WER MANAGER jaycees make plans for fntfrtaining visitors PRIZES DONATED 12 county schools represented at annual meet 1 _____ ' Borgcr will bo host to approx- imately ir.00 contestants, teach- n-s and school patrons who are hofo *]iiH morning to attend the two-day annual Inter- acbo.astic League meet for Hutch- inson county. Many plans for entertaining the visitors have been made by the JuniofCThamudT of Commerce, the organization which invited the c unty schools to Tftild their meet here. Courtesy cars to take guests to the Alamo Stadium where athletic events will be~77>;ld iire to he available on the streets. Conducted trips thru various car- bon black |,*unts and oil leases will a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 29 March 1935

w HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 "p. ' LLOYD s. McCAN.N, Editor and Publisher "Entered as second_clasi matter-January ?, 1927, at e Postoffioe at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March J8, 1879, Subscription Rates One Year $1.50 Six Months __ 80c Circulation guaranteed 4,300 copies per week. Advertising Rates 35c per Col. Inch. PHONE NO. 166 The Hutchnson County Herald is published as e CQUnty-wide paper, dedicated to the best interests of Hutchinson County as a whc'.e, and supported by the Merchants of Borger, Stinnett and Whitenburg. Directory of Officials, Hutchinson Co., Texas v.. .1. Picked*. 84th District Judge Canadian ■*V. L- Kelly, District Clerk , Stinnett Norman Coffee, County Judge Stinnett '"it asset I C. Brown. County Clerk____ Stinnett O. T. tJack) Lackey, County Attorney . . _ . Borgei Dan Hardee, Sheriff Borger Frank Caudill, Treasurer Borger uina Munaliaii, County Superintendent of Schools Stinnett Shelby Chisuni. County...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 29 March 1935

| FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY H5RALD ( UTILITY COMMISSIONERS FAIL TO GRASP REAL ISSUES FACING CITY AS LECTION APPROACHES ADMINISTRATION BOASTS OF POLICE FINES COL- LECTED FROM OUT-OF-TOWN VISITORS; PRAC- TI<M$ INJURES BUSINESS FOR MERCHANTS. If permitted to expend as much an j commissioner. That indebtedness GOc out of each $2.50 collected | was created by an earlier com'nls- for taxes, toward the operation sion with which Miller had no of the city affairs, in view of tho connection. judgment rendered by the court. Fine. Hurt Trade Debu Arelgnored Tho bended indebtedness of the tion of attempting to beat my I taxes; it Is a question of not be-1 ing able to pay them at the pres- _*pcollected each year, but It Is a question of how much the Judge of the U. S. District Court will permit a commission to expend for maintaining and operating the city. ' Argument* of the utility -jioli Ileal party concoi-niiig the |>ropor- tion of the $2.50 tax money which will «o to east...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 29 March 1935

m.. LLER KM 1 / .■•■<*, IATES ASSURE WTER. ELECTRICITY SUPPORT URGED FOR FrGHT AGAINST UTILITIES If candidates on the Olthsens- • Tfcrki't- John U. Miller, Henry ' K^rtcrht, L. A. Thompson, Enibry Hoi- ar.d C. C. McClelland—are i eleMcl a;s a new city commission, : the HUTCHINSON COUNTY HER- ALD assures the citizens of Bor- ' K'M that electric rate: will be cut , at* least one half in price. In- ! sti-atl of the present 12c, Sc and 6c, rates will be Re. 4c and .'c. ^An electricity plant for Bt rs;ei te-fumisii power at reasonable rdles is assured by several busi- e«s rtieu, who will be in Boiw April 15. If the Citizens' Ticket is VOTED STRAIGHT in the April 2nd election, the .MilUr ad- ministration will pass a city ordi- nance protecting this company from the Panhandle P< wer and Li gilt company- the present mo- nopoly that will attempt to cut nuder a competitive electricity riant as it has done on gas since the Killion Gas company made cheap gas possible. Beyi'nd a Ella do w ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 29 March 1935

^FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD W PAGE FIVF #V\ \ W Cv \ sLv$ ^W\v. k#:\ N Thmunth rf OPWHTUHinH i. th. illMff HPS YOUR GUIDE TO ECONOMY. THE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD WANT ADS WILL DIRECT YOU IN BUYING, SELLING, AND EXCHAN GE. jtfij ' & . ,, •. .oAp ' ■' ■ jfi 9 ill a t battery ' j-b ! 1:11!(M111111 j i 111111111i H1111111111111111H! 11f111M[11111111111! n! IM11! 1111111111!! 111; 11!! 111!i1111111111111111' IH11111 il!1111i1111111 n 111 WHY TAKE A CHANCE WHEN YOU CAN GET A GENUINE WILLARD FOR SO LITTLE vm.t A EY? KAYBE. if you only intend to keep •LV1. your car a couple of months. But you may find the expense of unex- Vrpected failure . . of unsteady starting •power .will make the"bargain"battery cost far more than a good battery. THEATRE The Hutchinson County Herald will give away = eight theatre passes each week to four persons whose = names will appear in a paragraph on this page, = Read this page carefully, eight passes have been = awarded this week. You mi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 29 March 1935

. - .1. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD — FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1935 ■ Save at FURR FOOD Store this Week YOUR DISH ES and Thrifty food buyers who demand the best for their money are sure to get it at Furr's. Here, the customer is ALWAYS right. No argument about it. If you aren't satisfied with your pur- chase, WE MAKE IT RIGHT. We unqualifiedly guarantee your satis- faction on every item purchased. BAKE SETS We have just received 600 sets, and are able to con- tinue our sensational offer of a 19-piece Luncheon Set with receipts of— $20.00 Purchases PRICES GOOD FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY BAKE SETS With $1.00 Purchase 79c APRICOTS, Mariposa, In Heavy Syrup, No. 2lf% Can TOMATO JUICE, Libby's, 3 Cans for KRAUT WAPCO, ■ WW 3 Cajns for PRUNES, Gallon Can OCft GREEN BEANS, liVV Madina, 3 No. 2 Cans 25c 25cPORK & BEANS> Pillips, 3 Cans for 31c 20c KARO SYRUP Light or Dark, No. 5 Can 31c KRE-MEL, 3 Flavors, Pkg. gj CORN FLAKES Kellogg's, Pkg. in. APPLE BUTTER, Libby's, 1C„ ■ WW 26 Ounce Glass ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 29 March 1935

IDAY, MARCH 29, 1985 it r HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD DUST STORMS RAGE OVER COUNTY OOOOOOOOO SCHOOLS CLOSE AS SAND-HURRICANES BLOW O STINNETT, March 29.—Only a afew days ot the last two week? jpiave been calm and free from Intense dust storms on the north plains Jn Hutchinson county. A light shower of rain fell Sat- urday ftfternoon arot^pd Stinnett and the dust was settled for a couple of days. But Tuesday night after mid- night the wind came from the north with renewed force, bring- ing sand and leaving the air dust fogged. The mercury dropped consider- ably, too, after spring had been iu evidence for some hours. So intense was the dust hurri- cane Tuesday night and Wednes- Andrew Estes Rites Are Conducted Here 1 Herald Plans Special Funeral services were conduct- ed for Andrew Estes, 74, at the OCarver Funeral chapel Sunday afternoon. Rev. H. P. Garrett of Phillips officiated. The body was shipped to Wister, Okla., for bur- j Stinnett s ' family. Ray Cooks Honored At Farewell Party ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 29 March 1935

i mas; IMAINISSCtl TELLS HEARERS TUESDAY •CLARES HOOD, STAHL, CHAPMAN CONTROL CITY; POWER COMPANY, COMMISSION AT- TACKED. SAYS PRESENT STATUS OF BORGER AFFAIRS UNSATISFACTORY Darting sarcasm at City Man- ager Charles Chapman and City Attorney H. M. Hood and striking at the Panhandle Power and Light company, ex-mayor John R. Mil- ler championed his cause and the cause of C. C. Mc- Clelland, Henry Knight, Embry Holt and L. A. Thompson, candid- ates for commissioners in the shot at the present city adminls-i tration when he ended his speech. j He charged that the Panhandle, Power and Light company was,] charging the people of Borger tooi high rates on electric'ty and wat-j er. He charged that three persons1 were running the city, Charles j Chapman, C. R. Stahl, and H. M. Hood. Miller was high in his praise for the Kiilion Gas com- pany and he defended past admin- istrations of which he was a mem- ber. "I take it you would not be here ! Apiil 2 municipal election. The at this meeting if...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 29 March 1935

- FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1935 Simplicity Shown i To Be Key-Note I Of Dress Design ijP'In dr>aignlnK h dross it is well To remember that conflicting ('en- ters of interest make a costume intricate and confusing," Miss Lu-' die Chance, Hutchinson county; lioifte demonstration agent, told 1 members of the Htinnett home i demonstration club March 14. Her subject was "Magic of Col- or and Lines for Your Type." "With the figure, as with the face, the aim in design should be j to emphasize pleasing features and to draw attention away from unattractive ones. Straight per-! pendlcular lines tend to ir the appearance of height main principle underlying the achieving of a beautiful figure is proportion and not dimension. Miss Kuby Mashburn of College Station, district, home demonstra- tion agent, gave, some interesting points in the judging of canned >• THE BORGER DAILY HERA LI" WIND STORMS AND SHOWERS OF DUST There's Oklahoma, Kansas aud South Dakota loo, ' Then there's other states around u...

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